A Conservative's Take on Richardson, Texas Politics & Other Local Tomfoolery
Destiny, I think it is time for you to meet with Mrs. Maczka. This woman has already been raked over the coals,I think unfairly, and you would bring your unique perspective to any conversation.I ( and probably a couple hundred others) have spoken with her and been pleasantly surprised.She comes across to me as being very sincere, and not in the sickening way that Omar tries.( That man will surely run out of adjectives soon.)
I like Laura, a lot. Hopefully I've never given the impression otherwise. And as for Amir, well, I'm still totally gay over him too. Sorry.
Amir has signs everywhere. you can hardly enter the city without crossing one of them
Yeah, Omar's signs are at every convenience store, gas station, and tire store in the city. Draw your own conclusions.
Like what? That he's a hard worker who's eager to continue serving our community? Is that the conclusion we should draw? Because certainly you weren't implying anything about what (you assume) all of those small businesses have in common, right?
Anon& 10:26Be nice if an incumbent could be looked at on his performance rather than where his signage appeared. And your thinly veiled bias is definitely showing.
Cute campaign piece for Laura. But it doesn't appear to comply with statutory requirements on lettering sizes.